Ironic I really love this app, but can no longer use it now that I'm dropping Dropbox. That a tool designed to free you from proprietary formats is totally dependent on a proprietary syncing network is overwhelmingly ironic. Why can't it work with a local file that I could sync with any syncing network?
Dropbox dependency It's a fine app with good GTD notation, open source with companion CLI, desktop and web apps. ...My only problem is that I no longer use Dropbox and you have to sign in using a Dropbox account. ....You could do that and then choose to not sync but it would be nice to see other options. .....I am now trying Simpletask Cloudless which looks like a handy fork. ....Gina is an inspirational writer, podcaster & dev, I'm just a bit more concerned in a post-Snowden world.
Sharing & Dropbox integration need improvements I enjoy Gina's various podcasts and value her insights and opinions on a wide range of topics. So, when I needed a to-do list app I was excited to be able to try hers and throw a few bucks her way. I'm only on day 2 with the app, so maybe there is a way to do this that I haven't figured out yet. But, I'd really like to be able to: 1- restrict directory access in drop box. 2- It needs better sharing. I like to team up with others. We should be able to share/edit, update lists between multiple people.
Broken(ish) and no Dev Email Seems like no support for multiple files (i.e. "home.txt" and "work.txt") If you try to type in the name of your file, it will break your ability to navigate/choose which dropbox folder your todo.txt is in. Dev email bounces because I'm not part of the Yahoo group.
EXACTLY what I have been looking for This app is definitely geared towards people who are frustrated with the lack flexibility of other todo list apps, and who are more than happy to sacrifice aesthetics(bloat) for rock solid functionality and seamless syncing between devices. At first I wasn't completely happy and wanted more complex, automated functionality, but the more complicated I made my solution, the less productive it became. The +Projects, @Contexts and Priority filters are flexible enough to allow you to sort and view your todos in any way imaginable, yet the concepts for these filters are extremely human relatable and easily keep todos organized by criteria that actually matters. One thing I would like to see, is the ability to have multiple widgets displaying different filters, or perhaps even different lists.
Awesome app but one weird shortcoming Especially accompanied by the todo.sh shell script, this is great. But one really weird thing is it works with the date you enter a task, not a start or due date. This is just not useful to me. I can enter tasks ahead of time and any time. The date I enter the task is useless. I would rather see a due date, or even better a start and complete date for each task.
* Sort tasks by date asc or desc
* Schedule task(s) on your calendar from the action bar menu
* Save list scroll position when showing another screen, restore it when redisplayed
* Show priorities A-Z (not just E)
* Migrate data to internal storage, no longer require external storage access
* Fix "failed to load folder list from Dropbox" bug
* Fix landscape view on a tablet when the list is empty
* When not logged in, redirect to login screen
* Fix NullPointerException when clearing filter